Enjoy a new Honda
Thanks to our leasing options, you can enjoy all the benefits of having a new Honda with the freedom of choosing a new vehicle after your lease ends.
If you enjoy driving a new vehicle every two to four years, want lower monthly payments, are protected under warranty, drive an average number of kilometres, and can properly maintain your vehicle, then you should consider leasing as an option.
As a lease customer, you pay only a portion of a vehicle’s cost, which is the part that you “use up” during the time you’re driving it and you pay taxes only on your monthly payments vs. the full vehicle price. Signing a leasing contract means that you agree to make regular monthly payments, keep appropriate insurance, pay any vehicle taxes and licensing fees, and take good care of the vehicle for the duration of your contract.
The benefits of leasing your vehicle with Honda Financial Services are:
- A new car more often: With lower monthly lease payments over a shorter period of time, you can drive a new vehicle more often.
- Low monthly payments: Lease payments are traditionally lower than retail payments on the same vehicle.
- Closed end lease: You can choose to purchase the vehicle for a pre-determined price shown on your lease contract (plus applicable taxes) or return it without further obligation. If you decide to return your car, all you have to do is make sure you have not exceeded your kilometre limit, that any outstanding fines have been paid, and there is no excess wear and tear on the vehicle.
- No Fees: Honda Financial Services has no administration, early termination, end of lease or vehicle disposal fees.
- Automatic GAP (Guaranteed Asset Protection): If your leased vehicle is involved in an accident, vandalized or stolen the vehicle may have to be written off. To insurance companies a “write off” means fair market value minus your deductible. Your insurance settlement may not always satisfy your monetary obligation. Our Future Value Lease offers you protection against these situations. The monetary GAP between your insurance settlement less your deductible and your lease obligation is covered automatically by our GAP. Some conditions may apply. See your local dealer for details.
- Flexible terms.
- Keep more cash to use or invest.
Things to be taken into consideration:
- Insurance responsibility: You are responsible for insurance coverage. Required coverage typically is detailed in your lease agreement.
- Lease down payments: Down payments are not required on a lease. In a lease situation, you may choose to make a down payment in order to reduce the monthly lease payments. Down payments on a lease cannot exceed 30% of the total lease price.
- Cash due at delivery: Most lease agreements require a first monthly payment on delivery of the vehicle, as well as a refundable security deposit and other miscellaneous fees.
- Maintenance responsibility: You are responsible for maintaining the automobile. A maintenance schedule is outlined in the owner’s manual.
- Excessive wear and tear: Determined at the end of a lease. There may be extra costs involved, depending on the presence of dents, paint damage, missing equipment that was part of the vehicle, cracked or chipped glass, mechanical damage, holes, tears or burns to upholstery, etc…
- Allowable kilometres: The yearly kilometre allowance with Honda Canada Finance Inc. is 24,000. At lease inception, you can purchase additional kilometres.
- Leased vehicle price (total vehicle price): Gives you the transaction price and is also used to calculate your lease payment. While taxes are not included in this price, it does include all equipment, accessories, freight and dealership fees.
- Total cost of lease transaction: The total cost of lease is the total monthly payments plus any amounts paid to reduce the cost of the vehicle (ie: cash down payment, vehicle trade-in plus applicable taxes, vehicle licensing and registration fees).
- Lease rate and charges: The lease rate and associated charges are disclosed on our full disclosure contract.
Your Lease End Options:
Option 1: Return your vehicle and lease a new one.
This option is convenient, easy, and best of all, you get to drive off in a brand new Honda! Through our loyalty program, we may be able to offer you special rates and terms when you enter into a new lease.
Remember, you will still need to schedule a free vehicle inspection during the last two months of your lease. You will also be responsible for any outstanding payments, excess wear and use, excessive mileage, and any other end of term obligations specified in your lease agreement.
Option 2: Return your leased vehicle and purchase a certified used vehicle.
Certified Used Vehicle (CUV) programs offer significant advantages over used vehicles that are not certified. The decision to buy a certified used vehicle is clear – new vehicle benefits at a used vehicle price. With a solid reputation for reliability, performance, safety and value, a Honda Certified Used Vehicle is truly a great opportunity. With a Honda Certified Used Vehicle, you’ll also have access to financing options through Honda Financial Services.
Option 3: Purchase your leased vehicle.
Buying your leased Honda is a great way to continue benefiting from its reliability, performance, and high resale value. If you decide to buy your vehicle, there is no need to have it inspected, since there are no excess wear and use or excess mileage charges to worry about. To find out your purchase amount, you can get a payoff quote 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through our Owner’s Website [www.myhonda.ca] in the My Finance section. Be sure to ask your dealer for a Honda Financial Services loan to help purchase the vehicle.
Option 4: Return your leased vehicle to the dealer.
If you select this option, your lease concludes when you turn in the vehicle to a Honda automobile dealer. You will need to schedule a free vehicle inspection during the last two months of your lease. You will also be responsible for any outstanding payments, excess wear and use, excessive miles, and any other end-of-term obligations specified in your lease agreement.